The Kim Jones show for Fendi has been one of the great moments of Haute Couture. Added to the debut of the creative director is the particular tribute that he has paid to “powerful women” through a new proposal starring emblematic models to which the actress Demi Moore has joined. One of the great surprises has been seeing Kate Moss and Lila Grace together on the catwalk, who have given us a mother-daughter debut full of complicity.
Kate Moss has relief. The British top shares a passion for fashion with her daughter Lila Grace who has inherited her good gifts on the catwalk from her. Protagonist of campaigns and covers, Moss continues to be 47 years unstoppable so, for now, giving up the witness seems unlikely. Better yet is sharing confidences backstage.
With fashion in genetics, Lila Grace was on the cover of a well-known Italian magazine at age 14. At 16 she got her first campaign, nothing less than a beauty image by Marc Jacobs. And a few months ago, when she came of age, we saw her open the Miu Miu show in Paris. This time, in the company of her mother and legendary models such as Christy Turligton or Naomi Campbell, she has been one of the stars of the Fendi Haute Couture show.
Like Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber, Lila is determined to follow in her mother’s footsteps in the world of fashion. The young woman, as she could not be otherwise, has signed for the Kate Moss Agency modeling agency. Nothing better than having Kate Moss as a booker and mentor, who has experienced firsthand the shadows of the industry and the dangers that fame entails in youth.
Kim Jones faces a new stage in Fendi, leaving us a show that adds clear allusions to the tradition of the Italian house to her personal stamp. Perfect symbiosis between present and past that the creative director has also wanted to reflect in the casting, in which the new generation of models such as Bella Hadid or Lila Grace have been joined by veteran tops such as Kate Moss, Christy Turligton or Naomi Campbell.